We ate here twice in 2 days. Turns out the town of Harpers Ferry is quite a bit smaller than we thought and most places close early so we had to repeat some stops. This one wasn't a disappointment.
The Town's Inn is very pretty and there are 2 spots to eat outside-- out back as well as in front, plus some tables inside the restaurant. Out back was rather noisy w what I assume was an air conditioner and there were some flies and gnats buzzing around-- what are ya gonna do though, it is outside and shady and there were some damp spots from a recent rain I assume-- we chose to go back thru the restaurant and sit out front, though it was beautiful out back there. Maybe on a different day. Anyway, out front was perfect for us and the food was great. Husband's pulled pork BBQ was prob the best pork BBQ either of us have ever had, so that's pretty huge, plus he LOVED his crunchy coleslaw. My cheeseburger was great and the kids mac and cheese was better than most. Fries were nothing to write home about, kinda floppy and soggy. Hot dog, meh. The bad part was just the price. Everything a la carte and it definitely added up fast. It's vacation though, have to expect it to be on the pricy side I suppose.
Next morning we had the waffles (yum!), sausage gravy biscuit (also yum but the biscuit was an exact match for a pillsbury layers biscuit... hmm), and the 3-egg breakfast skillet (yum yum yum).
Wait staff were very friendly and accommodating, and the sundries section seemed well stocked and reasonably priced. Only negative was the price for some of the food; $10 sandwiches should at least come w chips IMO-- and $4 for soggy fries or a small dish of plain brown rice is too much. Added up those things came to almost $15 for us and we barely touched them. Wouldn't keep me from going back though, I'd just skip those items. Wish I'd tried the pot pie too..
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